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Are there nonlinear optimization implementation for OpenOffice Calc?

I found one: . But the methods provided there are evolutionary methods, not some more general methods. I would like to find something as close to Excel's solver as possible.

Does LibreOffice Calc has a nonlinear optimization implementation? Is it good to switch to it from OpenOffice?

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You can install Libreoffice-nlpsolver in LO 3.5.7, but in LO 4.0 it comes with the same evolutionary methods as OO.

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